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Thursday, October 27, 2005


Some pictures of the New England foliage.


Wednesday, October 26, 2005

The Political Zoo

I was just thinking of how lucky we are to have such interesting people running the Democratic Party. Just think for a second. Has there ever been a time in American history when a major political party, that had the loyalty of over 23% of the population of the United States, was run by a bunch of clowns? There probably has been at one time or another in both the GOP and Democratic camps a time when there was at least one jester in a leadership role. Then it was an abnormality. Today – it is the norm.

First, let us take a glance at the soul of the left wing of American politics, Al Franklin. Comedian he may be, to the modern day lib – he’s their mouthpiece. He also shows the state of the left wings message, a joke. His book ‘Lies, and the Lying Liars who tell them’ is a classic to be set next to Marx’s “Manifesto” on the family bookshelf. In it, he blasts his opponents, blasts his opponents, and blasts his opponents. The attacks are not what makes his book a classic however, but rather the lack of a message, or plan for the future make it a true masterpiece and family heirloom to be passed down along with the Volvo and 1970’s plastic peace pipe. The decline of the Democratic Party is for a reason. As the Bible says, “When there is no vision the people perish.”

Next in the tour of the zoo is DNC’s head Howard Dean. He is the ‘old faithful’ of the left, with frequent and feisty eruptions of vocabulary. And just like Yellowstone Park’s geyser, ‘Old Faithful’, draws millions of people to view its spectacle, Mr. Dean draws a crowd, united with the same goal of tearing down George Bush and the Conservative movement. Spewing accusations of abuses and wrongs, and ‘foreseeable future wrongs’ is what he does. However, as of right now his plan to fix them is ‘missing in action.’


Sunday, October 23, 2005

"Ok, let's get tough on terrorism!...."

The new ‘Homeland Security Czar’… She plans on enforcing stricter curfew on terrorist bedtime’s… President Bush said “She’s has a lot of experience… She’s fought her way up the ladder to reach this honorable position… And I’m glad that she’s willing to give her time and efforts to this country for a jar of jelly beans…”

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Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Million More March: Almost....

My Dad and brother were down in D.C at the same time as Saturday’s 'Million More March' - so they stopped by to take a look-see.... Not very surprisingly, the signs - and speeches - where very positively pro Bush…

Darth Vader

Their already gearing up for the next protest

Where's Saddam?

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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Did you know?

If you haven't already noticed, the Declaration of Independence is obviously unconstitutional. When Thomas Jefferson wrote it, he declared that all men are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights."

Don't you see the conflict here? Jefferson was a Creationist. The arrogancy! The close-mindedness!

Anyone with the nerve to imply that some outside Force brought the universe into existence is obviously fit to be hanged. Or, if already dead, should have his coffin unearthed and his bones burned with fire on the White House lawn, with full video coverage from C-SPAN.

The ramifications of this are far-reaching. Just think, if the Declaration of Independence is unconstitutional, then the U.S. is still a British colony.

And if America is still a British colony, then the British Crown is our Lord, and His statutes the supreme laws of the land.

Which leads me to my next point: The Constitutional is obviously unconstitutional.

(Don't tell Michael Nudoff.)

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Friday, October 14, 2005

Show and Smell

{The jubilant winner stomps away in a huff...}

A Rhode Island middle schooler is being sued by the family of two girls he chased on his way to school with a skunk! Apparently the kid was walking to school when he found the sweet smelling beast; and thinking of course that his Life Science teacher would appreciate the specimen – he brought it… I personally think he just wanted to bring it to class for 'show and smell'... But then again, skunks are edible...


Thursday, October 13, 2005

"O - K.?"

Someone stole my theory! (: Take a look at this reasonable explanation for New Orleans demise...


Sunday, October 09, 2005



Meanwhile, the infamous leader of the terrorist group Al Bambinos Martyrs, Araeo Mohmadaie is claming responsibility for the kidnappings. The terms of release - or if any have been even made - at this time, are unclear... Please stay with us as the story develops…

Araeo Mohmadaie hanging out at his seaside villa...


Friday, October 07, 2005

Washington DC: part two.

More pictures of DC

Ben Franklin once said, "He who spits into the wind - spits into his own face." Hmmm, yes. Wisdom beyond comparison... I was trying to test out this statement by the process of experimentation, but however - the weather has been rather Michigan (or shall I say dare say - Washington?) for the last week or so. Alas, the wind blow’s not! And the founding fathers wisdom they betrothed to us - remains untested... I shall hope for better luck tomorrow.

Looks like the Sox are going to have some extra family time this year... Good luck next season Red Nation fans. But your team has doomed you. I knew as soon as the organization started making "official Red Sox Nation Membership cards,"(if you don't have it, your 'really not a real fan...) that your season, and teams future, was done, and gone. World Series - for you, are a thing of the past...

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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Washington DC: part one.

My brother just came back from a short trip to Washington DC, and he took a ton of great pictures.

He also had a lot of interesting stories as well. As some of you might know. A Filipino spy that worked for the Bush and Clinton administration was caught recently. In fact he was caught red handed - or shall we say camera handed, over his desk with sensitive documents... Needless to say, he had a lacking excuse as to why he was fiddling with top secrete papers.

Well anyways, midway through my brother’s tour through the Capitol Tuesday. Some Asia members of the tour group (a large one) were pulled aside and taken away by the police. For no apparent, visible reason... Strange. They never were brought back... My brother did say that they seem too be trying to sneak away from the group the whole time. So maybe, they were just pulled out for disorderly conduct (If this is the case, you should feel bad for them. Listing to some boring tour guide say things you heard a billion times makes some people want to join Al Qaida).

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What are people saying about the Red Sox?

Amadue Nummua: Professional Cello Player with the Boston Pops.

"I think their a team... I know that they have a outfielder that picks his nose well caching those round thing- a- dings... I really don't know."

Jed Sims: Student.

"The Red Sox have got to win games, or they might lose!"

John C. Doe: Student at Joe Smith Average Collage.

"Were doing enough already to win. We just need to start pitching, hitting, fielding, throwing, base running and thinking better, and we'll really have a good chance at coming back from two games down. We just need to concentrate, and playing like the champs we really are."

Adam Anderson: High School Math Teacher.

"Well, in my opinion, the team that scores the most points wins most of its games... Umm, yes the Red Sox can come back but its going to have be a mistake."

Samitham Oldly: Cubical Inspector.

"I don't care Whether people wear Red sox or White sox or Blue sox for that matter! As long as their Desk and floor space is Uncluttered! Now could you Please get Out of My way, so I can do my Job!!"(!)

Katrina Reta: Sox Fanatic.

"They'd better win. Or else they 'll run the risk of me moving away just to get as far as possible from the losing dudes."

Sorry to anyone who's picture may have been included in this article. All the qoutes are ficional. All the names are fictional... It's late. The Yankees just blew the lead. It's already tomorrow. Enough said...

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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Going Bananas: Day three...

RuSoma was right. A banana in the hand of an unlicensed user is woefully dangerous. It's just to bad that I, nor my family knew that fact before we gave one of them to my unlicensed sister...

The lesson of this story? Well first, as they say, crime never pays. And even though the Judge was merciful, Sing-Sing here she comes... And second, sign up your brothers and sisters and neighbors and grandparents for applications for banana use Now! Tomorrow may be one day to late.

By the way, the subject of the last three posts has just emailed me with news that the food is excellent at Sing-Sing...


Monday, October 03, 2005

Cain meets Abel

GI Joes are violent creatures. Do toys posess an inherent sin nature as well?


Going Bananas : Day Two...

Who is is Herriet Miers?(?)? I find it kind of surprising that Pres. Bush would pick two unknowns in a row. John Roberts will turn out ok, I suppose. But Janice Brown would have been a more solid choice to replace O’Conner. Some groups already are claming that she (Herriet Miers) may be pro choice (pro death). My point. Stealth nominees always worry me. I guess it’s just something else to go bananas over today....

Hey, Some good news...

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Yes, we have bananas..

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Saturday, October 01, 2005

"Ball Game Over!!! Yankees Winnnnnnnn!!!!!!!"

So much for the idea that the Yanks are a group of overpaid, under-worked bunch of fat guys drinking beer in the dugout... Tomorrow is the encore...